Commemorative Canada

This Dollar was Struck Through Grease. Planchets may pick up grease from various sources in the mint prior to being struck.

This is a Reverse Cap Die that is 1/4 of an inch high. In Canada the Reverse is always the top die (Tales) and the bottom die (Heads) is the Obverse. It has a full Double Strike Reverse Brockage and has also been struck through grease (image below). The image to the lower left shows the incused Double Strike at 40x magnification.

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